Definition of Retempers

1. retemper [v] - See also: retemper



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retempers

retees
retelecast
retelecasted
retelecasting
retelecasts
retell
reteller
retellers
retelling
retellings
retells
retem
retemper
retempered
retempering
retempers (current term)
retems
retender
retendering
retene
retenes
retent
retentate
retentates
retention
retention area
retention arm
retention cyst
retention form
retention groove

Literary usage of Retempers

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1. The Contemporary Review (1871)
"These prophets of European disaster forget that expiation retempers a nation ; that France, once awakened from the delusion that the accomplishment of a ..."

2. The Monks of the West from St. Benedict to St. Bernard by Charles Forbes Montalembert, Francis Aidan Gasquet (1896)
"It is a sword which poverty retempers, which exile cannot break, which no prison is able to fetter." * Thus spoke to the princes of the earth that same ..."

3. The Monks of the West from St. Benedict to St. Bernard by Charles Forbes Montalembert, Francis Aidan Gasquet (1896)
"It is a sword which poverty retempers, which exile cannot break, which no prison is able to fetter." * Thus spoke to the princes of the earth that same ..."

4. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1865)
"The school of sacrifice ennobles great causes, retempers the soul, and magnifies the national character of peoples. Prometheus could transform clay into men ..."

5. Life and Writings of Joseph Mazzini by Giuseppe Mazzini (1890)
"He both retempers and animates the soul. Life is strengthened and purified by his works. One might imagine them perfumed with a breath from the promised ..."

6. Through the Dolomities by Alexander Robertson (1903)
"... 1378, and died in Mantua, 1446," and on it we read : "After 422 years the country in memory of its worthy ancestors, renews and retempers itself. ..."

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